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Ellsworth Sourcewater Protection Plan December 2004 Rev. September 2005 Page 22 of 63

  • D.

    Proposed Road Maintenance Sourcewater Protection Measures

    • Tasks

      • o

        Road maintenance program for City roads in the watershed

        • o

          Front Runner demonstration

        • o

          Use of calcium chloride to stabilize road surface

    • Action Plan

The road maintenance subcommittee performed a field reconnaissance of the City-owned gravel roads in the watershed, noting road length and surface condition. They are also collecting information on the private gravel roads in the watershed in conjunction with the BPA.

  • Implementation

See the Education and Outreach section above for information on a road maintenance training session held in October of 2004.

  • E.

    Proposed Miscellaneous Sourcewater Protection Measures

    • Tasks

o

o

o

o

Create a list of low-impact recreational options for state-owned property on which DOC plans to develop a recreational facility Fund a position to assist the Water Department Superintendent with Branch Lake planning and project issues City to develop and implement a plan to put watershed parcels in to conservation easements Improve/enhance water quality monitoring on Branch Lake, eventually

o o o

including tributaries Update PCS inventory Mark a linear channel from the City boat launch to the rest of the lake Support the DWP effort to elevate the importance of drinking water lakes

o

with all state agencies Increase communication responders

and

preparedness

with

local

emergency

o o

Initiate a “Neighborhood Watch” program in the intake area Pictoral shoreline inventory including private boat launches

  • Action Plan

No specific goals or schedule have yet been developed for the miscellaneous tasks, although the intent is to implement them in the future.

F. Sourcewater Protection Measures from the Comprehensive Plan As mentioned above, these tasks were developed by the City Comprehensive Plan Committee. They are included in this plan so that the Steering Committee can follow through on their implementation. Due to the large quantity of tasks in this category, they are listed only in Table 3 at the back of this report. All items in the table that are from the Comprehensive Plan are preceded by an asterisk (*).

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